North Hollywood Senior Drops $10K On Newspaper Ad To Complain About Internet SpeedAaron Epstein is a man who knows what he likes: streaming movies and watching television on the internet. He also knows what he hates: slow internet speeds.
Health Officials Fear UK Variant Of Coronavirus Could Cause Spring Surge In CaliforniaHealth officials warned Thursday that the more-contagious strain of coronavirus first detected in the United Kingdom could cause a new surge in cases in California by April.
Dating App 'Bumble' Goes Public, Makes CEO Whitney Wolfe Herd Youngest Self-Made Female BillionaireThe dating app, Bumble, went public, making C.E.O. Whitney Wolfe Herd, the world's youngest self-made female billionaire. She is also the youngest female C.E.O. to take a major U.S. company public.
Comedian Kevin Hart Defrauded Out Of More Than $1M Allegedly By Former Personal ShopperA 29-year-old New York man has been charged with defrauding comedian Kevin Hart out of more than $1 million in unauthorized credit card purchases and charges.
Lunar New Year Celebrations To Be Held Virtually During PandemicIt's a tradition that is thousands of years old: celebrating the Lunar New Year, happening Friday night this year. But due to the pandemic, many communities are moving the celebrations online in 2021.
Paul Flores, Person Of Interest In Disappearance Of Kristin Smart, Arrested On Weapons ChargePaul Flores, a person of interest in the 1996 disappearance of Kristin Smart, was arrested Thursday on a weapons charge.
House Democrats Rest Case In Trump Impeachment Trial, Urging Senators To ConvictHouse Democrats leading the prosecution of former President Donald Trump at his Senate impeachment trial concluded their arguments for conviction on the third day of proceedings, zeroing in Mr. Trump's words and actions in the run-up to the January 6 attack on the Capitol to urge senators to find him guilty.
Be Mine: Cabazon Dinosaurs Get Valentine's MakeoverDinosaur-sized Valentine's Day love is on display in Cabazon.
LA County Adds 3,489 New COVID-19 Cases, 160 DeathsThe Los Angeles County Department of Public Health Thursday reported 3,489 newly confirmed COVID-19 cases and 160 deaths, bringing countywide totals to 1,158,619 cases and 18,658 deaths.
Vaccination Sites Run Out Of Doses Ahead Of Temporary Weekend ClosuresOn Thursday, many people were eager to get their shots at Los Angeles' city-run vaccination sites before they temporarily shutdown beginning Friday.
Family Of Dijon Kizzee, Man Fatally Shot By LASD Deputies, Files Claim Against CountyAttorneys for the family of Dijon Kizzee, a 29-year-old Black man fatally shot by Los Angeles County sheriff's deputies last August, have filed a $35 million damages claim against the county.
Homeless Community Vaccinated Outside Los Angeles MissionThere was another effort in Downtown Los Angeles Wednesday to vaccinate people from disadvantaged communities.
CDC Suggests Wearing 2 Masks For Better Protection Against COVID-19 VariantsMask wearing has become a way of life for most people, but now the CDC is suggesting two masks be worn due to the more contagious strains of COVID-19 that are increasingly spreading throughout the country.
Work On Alleged Helipad Behind Villanueva's Home Halted By SoCal GasA helicopter landing pad appears to have been in the works on a piece of property right behind the La Habra Heights home of Los Angeles County Sheriff Alex Villanueva.
Vigil Held For Handyman Shot To Death In Car In Sherman OaksA candlelight vigil was held Wednesday night for a handyman senselessly gunned down in what is suspected to be a misunderstanding that turned deadly.
Anaheim SWAT Team Raids Illegal Gambling Ring In Furniture StoreThe Anaheim Police Department busted dozens of people inside an illegal gambling operation in Orange County.
Dodger Stadium, 4 Other City-Run COVID-19 Vaccine Sites To Temporarily Close Due To Supply ShortageMayor Eric Garcetti announced Wednesday that the five city-run COVID-19 vaccine sites, including Dodger Stadium, will close Friday and Saturday due to a lack of supplies.
San Bernardino County Reports 42 COVID-19 Deaths, Ventura Adds 13San Bernardino and Ventura counties both reported additional deaths attributed to the novel coronavirus Wednesday.
Democrats Use Trump Tweets, New Video To Argue 'Full Scope' Of Capitol Attack At Impeachment TrialHouse Democrats leading the prosecution of former President Trump wrapped up the second day of his impeachment trial on Wednesday by calling into question what Mr. Trump was doing while the Capitol was under attack on January 6.
STEAM: Meet An Infrastructure Finance SpecialistMolly Campbell is an infrastructure finance specialist for the U.S. Treasury. It's her job to figure out how to best spend money on large-scale public projects like bridges, warships, transportation and more. She said her job relies most on math.
Private Practitioners Offer To Help Administer COVID-19 Vaccines To PatientsMore doctors and patients are calling on the Los Angeles County Department of Public Health to allow private practitioners to administer the COVID-19 vaccine.
Con Artist Pretending To Be Bruno Mars Scams Woman Out Of $100KPolice say a woman in Texas was scammed out of $100,000 after she fell in love with someone pretending to be entertainer Bruno Mars.
COVID Clouds Travel Plans For Presidents' Day, Lunar New Year HolidaysAnother warning from health officials for people to avoid traveling this holiday weekend - and the travel forecast doesn’t look much better for the summer where new restrictions may be put in place.
Gas Prices Hit Pre-Pandemic Levels As Other Expenses Like Food, Housing Continue To ClimbFrom food and medicine to housing, it seems like everything is costing more. In fact — gas prices have hit pre-pandemic levels.